Rosie O’Donnell threatened President Donald Trump again in an unhinged, profanity-laced Twitter rant where she angrily demanded that the billionaire unblock her on Twitter.
“Unblock me u creepy crispy cretin @therealdonaldtrump, u cowardly liar – u criminal oaf,” O’Donnell fumed in an incoherent tweet. “u will not get away with this u freaky feeble fraud – the woke are coming – and ur *ss is fried now donald. soon ur sexual deviance will be exposed – ur perverted nature laid bare. f*ck u.”
While O’Donnell has threatened and ranted at President Trump before, this time she targeted the wrong Twitter account, as OAN correspondent Jack Posobiec pointed out.
President Trump’s official Twitter handle is @realDonaldTrump not @TheRealDonaldTrump, so Rosie basically ranted into the internet abyss.
Wrong account https://t.co/Lnf1kijyWX
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) June 6, 2018
Rosie: “I f—king hate Trump!”
Also Rosie: “Unblock me! I desperately need your attention!” https://t.co/uIKgMozBIa
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) June 6, 2018
Rosie has made trolling Trump, his family, and his aides a full-time job since he took office.
As BizPac Review previously reported, O’Donnell threatened White House press secretary Sarah Sanders in July 2017. Rosie has never apologized for her stalkeresque tweets.
Instead of wasting her days sending threatening tweets to a sitting United States president, perhaps O’Donnell should spend some time preparing her legal defense.
O’Donnell made illegal campaign contributions to at least five Democratic political candidates running for federal office, in violation of federal campaign laws limiting donations to $2,700 per election.
While O’Donnell claimed she didn’t over-donate on purpose, an investigation suggests otherwise. Rosie used five different addresses with four different variations of her name to contribute to Democratic politicians, including Trump-hating Congressman Adam Schiff.
Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza, who was indicted in 2014 for donating $20,000 to one GOP candidate, has demanded equal justice under the law for O’Donnell, who donated to five politicians. “Five times more egregious than my case!” he tweeted.
Dinesh D'Souza demands equal justice for Rosie O'Donnell's FIVE violations. He was convicted for just one. https://t.co/ROJnbJ6SgX
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) May 7, 2018
Fortunately for D’Souza, President Trump pardoned him in May 2018, saying he was “treated very unfairly” by the Obama administration.
This advanced stage of Trump Derangement Syndrome has apparently taken a heavy toll on Rosie. Can you believe she is only 56?
— ROSIE (@Rosie) June 5, 2018